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What you’ll get for $1.5 million in Greenwich Village, Williamsburg and more

CLINTON, MANHATTAN: A high-floor one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath condo with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, oak floors throughout and glass tiled walls and bluestone floors in the bathrooms  in a pet-friendly doorman building with a fitness center and meditation garden at 310 West 52nd Street (between Eighth and Ninth). $1,500,000 plus $908/month common charges, $688/month taxes

Douglas Elliman

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What's available for buyers equipped with a budget of $1.5 million? Quite a bit of variety, as it turns out. There's everything from a Manhattan one-bedroom to several detached houses in the outer boroughs. 

GREENWICH VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: A corner prewar convertible two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath condo with a private keyed elevator that opens into the living room, and two fireplaces in a five-unit elevator building constructed in 1925 at 13 Morton Street (between Bleecker and Seventh). $1.5 million plus $710/month common charges, $960/month taxes

WEST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: A prewar one-bedroom, two-bath floor-through co-op with a home office, an in-unit washer and dryer, a walk-in closet, built-ins and a private deck in an elevator building with a library, private storage, and a bike room on a cobblestone street at 56 Jane Street (between Hudson and Eighth). $1.5 million plus $2,066/month maintenance, pied-a-terres, guarantors, pets and subletting allowed with board approval

HUDSON HEIGHTS, MANHATTAN: A two-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a private entrance, a patio off the sunroom, a renovated kitchen and bath, and a basement with a washer and dryer in a pet-friendly townhouse with a part-time doorman at 110 Cabrini Boulevard (at West 181st). $1.5 million plus $749/month maintenance

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: A two-bedroom, two-bath condo with a split-bedroom layout, a deeded parking space, a washer and dryer, and stainless steel appliances in the open chef’s kitchen in an elevator building with a fitness center and cold storage for food deliveries at 49 North Eighth Street (between Kent and Wythe). $1.499 million plus $967/month common charges, $59/month taxes, tax abatement until 2024

CARROLL GARDENS, BROOKLYN: A corner two-bedroom, three-bath duplex condo with a washer and dryer, cast-iron beams, high ceilings, and industrial-sized windows in an elevator building with a common roof deck at 529 Court Street (between Garnet and West Ninth). $1.5 million plus $790/month common charges, $32/month taxes, $312.50/month assessment

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, BROOKLYN: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath duplex condo with two balconies, a garden, and an in-unit washer and dryer in a two-unit townhouse at 272 Putnam Avenue (between Marcy and Nostrand). $1.499 million plus $326/month common charges, $233/month taxes

JACKSON HEIGHTS, QUEENS: A five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath Tudor with a woodburning fireplace, a patio and garden, updated kitchen appliances, an attic, a garage, and private driveway at 34-16 86th Street (between 34th and 35th). $1.5 million plus $608/month taxes

JAMAICA ESTATES, QUEENS: A five-bedroom, six-bath house with en-suite baths for four of the bedrooms, radiant heat throughout the house, and a finished basement with a private entrance and laundry hookup at 87-01 Clover Place (between Clover Hill and Dunton). $1.495 million

FIELDSTON, BRONX: A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath brick and cedar-sided raised ranch with a double-height entry foyer, a patio and garden, a floor-to-ceiling woodburning brick fireplace, a renovated kitchen and bath with a whirlpool tub, and central air at 5251 Fieldston Road (at West 253rd). $1.495 million


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